Porto striker Hulk would be keen to be reunited with Andre Villas-Boas at Chelsea, according to the agent of the Brazil international.
Hulk fired 36 goals last season as Porto won an historic quadruple under the stewardship of Villas-Boas, before the latter left Estádio do Dragão for Stamford Bridge.
Since then, Hulk has been consistently linked with a move to Chelsea, and some reports suggest the Blues could launch a January bid for his services.
However, Chelsea would have to pay a hefty €100 million to activate the realise clause written into the contract of the 25-year-old, who has also been linked with Manchester City.
But, says Theodoro Fonseca, a move to Chelsea would certainly appeal to his prolific client.
"Hulk at Chelsea? Anything is possible," Fonseca told A Bola.
"But his buyout clause is €100M, so his future depends on agreement between the clubs."
He added: "Hulk would wholeheartedly agree to work with Andre [Villas-Boas] at Porto or Chelsea or at any other team, because he really likes the way he coaches.
"Andre knows Hulk very well and they have a good relationship."